Signs you’ve spoiled him rotten

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You may think it’s generous to be the one who always compromises in a relationship, but the fact is you’re just spoiling him. Men go into relationships with perfectly good intentions but they get a little too used to having you doing everything.

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He doesn’t buy groceries

If you didn’t, he won’t bother. He’ll wait for you to buy it. He complains that he’s starving but instead of going to the grocery store he orders pizza. The next day he wakes up to an empty fridge and goes to town; he will pass the grocery store but he knows he left the fridge empty. He does all that because he’s used to you buying everything.

He doesn’t attend events alone

He’d rather miss an event then go there without you. But what’s funny is that he doesn’t attend your events and you’re okay with it. He whines about how he will get bored there without you, and even if you had other plans, you’ll cancel just to please him.

He doesn’t make any plans

You always put effort to make plans for the two of you but he doesn’t. If you don’t take time off to make plans, the two of you won’t do anything. He depends on you for social co-ordinates. Do you really want this kind of man in your life?

He expects you to read his mind

This is more like you taking care of a little baby in your house, come on! When he comes back home and finds that you have your friends over and haven’t made anything to eat, he says something like, “Didn’t you knowI’d be tired?” Don’t you want a man who puts effort in a relationship as much as you do?

He expects you to pay for everything

You work your butt off and he doesn’t think about helping you out with expenses, even though he has a well paying job. Why? It’s because you let him get used to the fact that you pay for everything. If it’s his turn to pay you make up excuses for him not to pay. You’d rather ask for a loan then ask him for money.

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